Eureka Seven: Astral Ocean PV

New Nirvash looks great, a little dark looking for the series hero LFO, but we know it’ll eventually get repainted in more heroic colors. Promotional art has shown the main character Ao’s is green, but in this trailer it’s brown, so I wonder if something happens in the first coupe episodes that changes it. Can’t wait to see who the new enemy is, and to see what characters from the previous series show up.

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Eureka Seven AO Sci-Fi TV Sequel’s Story Outined



The February issue of Kadokawa Shoten’s Newtype magazine is presenting the story outline, staff list, and a new piece of art for Eureka Seven Ao, the sequel to Bones’ 2005-2006 Eureka Seven television anime series, on Tuesday.  The story is set on Okinawa’s isolated island of Iwado, which has seen a  growing movement advocating a return to an autonomous government. Ao  Fukai, a 13-year-old boy with a missing father, lives on the island with  an old doctor named Toshio and is about to enter middle school. Ao’s  mother was taken away a decade ago by unknown individuals. Naru Arata,  Ao’s 13-year-old childhood friend and the story’s heroine, lives with  her father, older sister, and grandmother. She has a “Yuta” power  awakened within her due to an incident when she was young. A mysterious entity called “Secret” suddenly appears and launches an  attack on the Scub Coral lifeform on the island. In his fervent desire  to protect the island, Ao launches a certain military FP called  “Nirvash” aboard a Japanese military transport. The anime sequels features the return of the original anime’s director,  several mechanical designers, art director, color stylist, visual  effects director, and director of photography. The first anime’s  character designer Kenichi Yoshida and main mechanical designer Shoji Kawamori are also credited for “key character designs” and “Nirvash designs,” respectively. Director: Tomoki Kyoda Key Character Design: Kenichi Yoshida  Character Design: Hiroyuki Oda Nirvash Design: Shoji Kawamori  Mechanical Design: Kanetake Ebikawa, Kimitoshi Yamane, Takayuki Yanase  Design Development: Shigeto Koyama  Design Works: Shiho Takeuchi  Art: Kazuo Nagai  Color Design: Nobuko Mizuta  SF Setting: Mitsuyasu Sakai  VFX Director: Yasushi Muraki  Director of Photography: Shunya Kimura  Animation Production: BONES The new television series will premiere in April, and the story is being adapted in manga form in Kadokaw Shoten’s Monthly Shōnen Ace and Newtype Ace magazines.

Source: Anime News Network

Eureka Seven AO Sci-Fi TV Sequel’s Story Outined

The February issue of Kadokawa Shoten’s Newtype magazine is presenting the story outline, staff list, and a new piece of art for Eureka Seven Ao, the sequel to Bones’ 2005-2006 Eureka Seven television anime series, on Tuesday.

The story is set on Okinawa’s isolated island of Iwado, which has seen a growing movement advocating a return to an autonomous government. Ao Fukai, a 13-year-old boy with a missing father, lives on the island with an old doctor named Toshio and is about to enter middle school. Ao’s mother was taken away a decade ago by unknown individuals. Naru Arata, Ao’s 13-year-old childhood friend and the story’s heroine, lives with her father, older sister, and grandmother. She has a “Yuta” power awakened within her due to an incident when she was young.

A mysterious entity called “Secret” suddenly appears and launches an attack on the Scub Coral lifeform on the island. In his fervent desire to protect the island, Ao launches a certain military FP called “Nirvash” aboard a Japanese military transport.

The anime sequels features the return of the original anime’s director, several mechanical designers, art director, color stylist, visual effects director, and director of photography. The first anime’s character designer Kenichi Yoshida and main mechanical designer Shoji Kawamori are also credited for “key character designs” and “Nirvash designs,” respectively.

Director: Tomoki Kyoda
Key Character Design: Kenichi Yoshida 
Character Design: Hiroyuki Oda
Nirvash Design: Shoji Kawamori 
Mechanical Design: Kanetake Ebikawa, Kimitoshi Yamane, Takayuki Yanase 
Design Development: Shigeto Koyama 
Design Works: Shiho Takeuchi 
Art: Kazuo Nagai 
Color Design: Nobuko Mizuta 
SF Setting: Mitsuyasu Sakai 
VFX Director: Yasushi Muraki 
Director of Photography: Shunya Kimura 
Animation Production: BONES

The new television series will premiere in April, and the story is being adapted in manga form in Kadokaw Shoten’s Monthly Shōnen Ace and Newtype Ace magazines.

How did I not know about this ‘til now?! This is awesome news, Eureka  Seven is a genuinely great Mech anime mixing Gundam level action and  drama with Evangelion level meta-physics and psychology. I can’t be the  only one that thinks that kid looks he’s the son of Renton and Eureka,  and I wonder if the Nirvash in the new series is the orignal with a new  outer shell or another Nirvash-type LFO?

News Release on Anime News Network
Offical Japanese Website
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How did I not know about this ‘til now?! This is awesome news, Eureka Seven is a genuinely great Mech anime mixing Gundam level action and drama with Evangelion level meta-physics and psychology. I can’t be the only one that thinks that kid looks he’s the son of Renton and Eureka, and I wonder if the Nirvash in the new series is the orignal with a new outer shell or another Nirvash-type LFO?

News Release on Anime News Network

Offical Japanese Website

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